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TV GUIDE - Sydney

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TIME DATE CHANNEL PROGRAM
00:25:00 18/04/2015 SBS 2 The Story of Film: An Odyssey     Duration: 70 min
    (1939-1952) The Devastation of War - This 15-part series covers the film landscape from silent cinema to the modern day digital era. Sound comes to the cinema and sends the medium into a spin, as old stars fade and the new ones burn even brighter. Glamour reigns supreme, genre cinema is born and masterpieces of the medium emerge across the globe, as the devastation of war brings startling and daring approaches to cinema. The story of film becomes truly global.
00:30:00 18/04/2015 Seven Taking Woodstock (Movie 2009)     Duration: 150 min
    In 1969, Elliot Tiber hears that a hippy music festival in a neighbouring town has been cancelled. In order to help his parents struggling motel business, Elliot decides to contact the event organisers and arranges to hold the festival on his neighbours' farm. However, little does he know that in three weeks time half a million people will be on their way to what will become the generation-defining concert in the summer of 1969: Woodstock.
02:29:00 18/04/2015 ABC News 24 7.30     Duration: 31 min
    The best analysis of local, national and international events from an Australian perspective. Hosted by Leigh Sales, with political commentary from 7.30 Political Editor Sabra Lane in Canberra.
05:29:00 18/04/2015 ABC News 24 Lateline     Duration: 31 min
    Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, Lateline continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, longform interviews and a fresh perspective on current events.
06:01:00 18/04/2015 ABC News 24 Australian Story: The Past is a Foreign Country (1)     Duration: 29 min
    The family of Jan Russ, one woman, two continents and a saga that's stranger than fiction.
06:30:00 18/04/2015 NITV Waabiny Time: Traditional Tools     Duration: 30 min
    Noongar people have been solid tool makers for a long, long time. Karli, the boomerang and kitj, the spear are very useful tools. (STUDY GUIDE AVAILABLE)
08:00:00 18/04/2015 ELEVEN Totally Wild     Duration: 30 min
    We're taking it to the top of the food chain because Duane's getting up close to some top order predators! Nat's also checking out the art of candle making!
08:00:00 18/04/2015 NITV Mugu Kids     Duration: 30 min
    Look, listen, learn and dance with Mugu Kids host Jub as she gets up to dance. Miranda Garling performs, You've Got Moves and Uncle Warren Williams teaches the kids in Western Arrernte language.
08:30:00 18/04/2015 ELEVEN Scope: Interesting Vehicles     Duration: 35 min
    It's all about the vehicles of the interesting variety on this episode! From gliders to gum removal to bicycles it's all in this action-packed episode.
09:00:00 18/04/2015 NITV Bushwhacked: Melbourne     Duration: 30 min
    In this reverse episode, Kayne challenges Brandon to help save animals that live in the city or get into a spot of bother living alongside humans.
11:34:00 18/04/2015 ABC3 Lockie Leonard: To Cheat or Not to Cheat     Duration: 25 min
    When Lockie accidently mouths-off in maths class, Mum is called into Old Squasher's office. As usual, Mum blames herself. And a guilty Lockie vows to make it up to her.
12:01:00 18/04/2015 ABC Project Manta     Duration: 58 min
    Project Manta reveals the extraordinary life of one of the largest and smartest marine animals - the manta ray.
12:32:00 18/04/2015 ABC News 24 Big Ideas: Malcolm Fraser: St James Ethics Centre     Duration: 28 min
    Presents the best public talks, debates and lectures from Australia and around the world.
13:00:00 18/04/2015 Nine Who Do You Think You Are?: Matthew Broderick     Duration: 60 min
    Matthew Broderick helps solve a 150-year-old mystery while learning about his grandparents.
13:01:00 18/04/2015 ABC News 24 National Press Club Address: Professor Warwick Anderson AM, Chief Executive Officer of NHMRC     Duration: 59 min
    Professor Warwick Anderson AM, Chief Executive Officer of NHMRC presents the National Press Club Address: Australia's health - is research the best medicine?
14:00:00 18/04/2015 ABC The Restaurant Inspector: Alexandra Restaurante Italian     Duration: 45 min
    Fernando will work with Alexandra's restaurant to help transform their business into a success story.
14:00:00 18/04/2015 SBS ONE Maurizio Pollini: A Musical Profile     Duration: 60 min
    The latest major project of director Bruno Monsaingeon is a portrait of the brilliant, yet notoriously reclusive Italian pianist, Maurizio Pollini.
14:00:00 18/04/2015 SBS HD Maurizio Pollini: A Musical Profile     Duration: 60 min
    The latest major project of director Bruno Monsaingeon is a portrait of the brilliant, yet notoriously reclusive Italian pianist, Maurizio Pollini.
15:00:00 18/04/2015 SBS ONE Gloria Victoria     Duration: 10 min
    This documentary explores the relationship between art and war, using animation inspired by images from some of the greatest artists in history. The soundtrack is Shostakovich's brutal Leningrad Symphony.
15:00:00 18/04/2015 SBS HD Gloria Victoria     Duration: 10 min
    This documentary explores the relationship between art and war, using animation inspired by images from some of the greatest artists in history. The soundtrack is Shostakovich's brutal Leningrad Symphony.
15:10:00 18/04/2015 SBS ONE Microtopia     Duration: 60 min
    This documentary examines modern and future trends in which architects, artists, and artisanal builders with a vision, are pushing the limits of form and materials, to answer new demands for portability and flexibility, and creating independence from the housing and services grid. With overpopulation, and environmental concerns at the forefront, designers from Australia, North America, Greece, Denmark and Holland profile their new innovative housing ideas for sustainable living "off the grid".
15:10:00 18/04/2015 SBS HD Microtopia     Duration: 60 min
    This documentary examines modern and future trends in which architects, artists, and artisanal builders with a vision, are pushing the limits of form and materials, to answer new demands for portability and flexibility, and creating independence from the housing and services grid. With overpopulation, and environmental concerns at the forefront, designers from Australia, North America, Greece, Denmark and Holland profile their new innovative housing ideas for sustainable living "off the grid".
15:33:00 18/04/2015 ABC Cyber Dreaming     Duration: 27 min
    Graphic artist Stuart Campbell has developed his unique artistic practice in relative isolation but decides to share his work with a group of Indigenous kids in outback Australia.
16:10:00 18/04/2015 SBS ONE Tim Marlow's Virtual Gallery: Simone Martini - Christ Discovered in the Temple     Duration: 10 min
    Art historian Tim Marlow takes us on an insightful tour of some of the world's best paintings. Today he looks at the intricacies of Simone Martini's 'Christ Discovered in the Temple' (1342) at Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery.
16:10:00 18/04/2015 SBS HD Tim Marlow's Virtual Gallery: Simone Martini - Christ Discovered in the Temple     Duration: 10 min
    Art historian Tim Marlow takes us on an insightful tour of some of the world's best paintings. Today he looks at the intricacies of Simone Martini's 'Christ Discovered in the Temple' (1342) at Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery.
17:05:00 18/04/2015 SBS 2 Planet Sport: Israel/Palestine     Duration: 60 min
    Jews and Arabs have never succeeded in finding a good way to live together. It is rare to find, on this soil of pain and suffering, activities that can breathe a little hope into a world where arms and politics have so clearly failed. For Manuel, we are all the same on a sports field; sweat and tears have the same taste for everyone, whatever their race or religion. Manuel introduces us to athletes from all walks of life and in all kinds of condition. He takes us from Gaza surfers to disabled sport veterans of the Israel Defence Forces, from Galilee peace footballers to Krav Maga practitioners in the Israeli army, not forgetting the first Palestinian athlete ever to participate in the Olympic Games.
17:30:00 18/04/2015 SBS ONE Who Do You Think You Are?: Julian Clary     Duration: 60 min
    An English comedian and writer known for playing on stereotypes, Julian Clary embarks on a journey to uncover his past. He traces his ancestors' many experiences: his grandfather's bravery as a flight engineer in WWI, and the prejudice and poverty suffered by his German immigrant great-grandfather. He also uncovers a secret heritage on his mother's side of the family.
17:30:00 18/04/2015 SBS HD Who Do You Think You Are?: Julian Clary     Duration: 60 min
    An English comedian and writer known for playing on stereotypes, Julian Clary embarks on a journey to uncover his past. He traces his ancestors' many experiences: his grandfather's bravery as a flight engineer in WWI, and the prejudice and poverty suffered by his German immigrant great-grandfather. He also uncovers a secret heritage on his mother's side of the family.
18:00:00 18/04/2015 ABC The Checkout     Duration: 30 min
    Satirical consumer affairs series presented by Julian Morrow and Craig Reucassel from The Chaser, Hungry Beast's Kirsten Drysdale and Kate Browne from CHOICE. Conditions apply. While stocks last.
18:01:00 18/04/2015 ABC News 24 Foreign Correspondent: Pitch Battle     Duration: 59 min
    For the first time ever Palestine's football team qualified for the Asian Cup, played in Australia. We follow the highs and lows as players are caught up in a brutal war at home and dramas on and off the pitch in Australia.
18:30:00 18/04/2015 ABC Gardening Australia     Duration: 30 min
    Costa enjoys a little bit of tropical paradise in a garden in the heart of North West Sydney and Jane is planting spring bulbs in pots for a cracking display down the track.
19:30:00 18/04/2015 SBS ONE Great Continental Railway Journeys: Turin to Venice     Duration: 65 min
    Steered by his 1913 railway guide, Michael Portillo takes the train from the former political capital of Italy, Turin, to Casanova's capital of romance, Venice. Along the way, he recreates the famous Italian Job on an historic Fiat test track and follows fashion in Milan before investigating the early 20th-century British love affair with Lake Como in a seaplane. In Verona, Michael discovers the 'House of the Capulets', bought to attract Edwardian tourists to the scene of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. He then heads over the rail bridge across the lagoon to Venice, where he finds a microcosm of pre-World War I Europe in the Venice Biennale art exhibition.
19:30:00 18/04/2015 SBS HD Great Continental Railway Journeys: Turin to Venice     Duration: 65 min
    Steered by his 1913 railway guide, Michael Portillo takes the train from the former political capital of Italy, Turin, to Casanova's capital of romance, Venice. Along the way, he recreates the famous Italian Job on an historic Fiat test track and follows fashion in Milan before investigating the early 20th-century British love affair with Lake Como in a seaplane. In Verona, Michael discovers the 'House of the Capulets', bought to attract Edwardian tourists to the scene of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. He then heads over the rail bridge across the lagoon to Venice, where he finds a microcosm of pre-World War I Europe in the Venice Biennale art exhibition.
20:01:00 18/04/2015 ABC News 24 Four Corners: Anzac to Afghanistan     Duration: 46 min
    Reporter Chris Masters revisits the Fatal Shore, the story of Gallipoli.
20:28:00 18/04/2015 ABC2 / ABC4 Australian Encounters: Bob Hawke and Frank Sinatra 1974     Duration: 5 min
    Presented with humour and verve, Australian Encounters celebrates ten historic encounters, each between a renowned Australian and an international mover and shaker. (STUDY GUIDE AVAILABLE)
20:35:00 18/04/2015 SBS ONE Downfall (Movie 2004)     Duration: 170 min
    A depiction of Hitler's last days in Berlin from the perspective of his personal secretary Traudl Junge. It reveals the claustrophobic atmosphere in the bunker as well as the chaos reigning outside on the streets as Russian troops close in on the city. Bruno Ganz portrays Hitler as a half-crazed man trying to delude himself that victory is nigh. Nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2005.
20:35:00 18/04/2015 SBS HD Downfall (Movie 2004)     Duration: 170 min
    A depiction of Hitler's last days in Berlin from the perspective of his personal secretary Traudl Junge. It reveals the claustrophobic atmosphere in the bunker as well as the chaos reigning outside on the streets as Russian troops close in on the city. Bruno Ganz portrays Hitler as a half-crazed man trying to delude himself that victory is nigh. Nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2005.
22:31:00 18/04/2015 ABC News 24 Landline     Duration: 29 min
    Australia's national rural program, with reports from around the country on rural and urban issues. Presented by Pip Courtney.
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